The first dance should be pretty awesome. Gold medal-winning ice dancer Charlie White, who honed his off-ice moves on "Dancing With the Stars," is getting married to fellow ice-dancing medalist Tanith Belbin.
White announced the happy news Tuesday on his Instagram account with a photo of the couple in Hawaii, writing, "Couldn't ask for a more beautiful setting for the best time in our life! Hashtag she said yes!!!"
White, 26, famously took home the gold in Sochi with his ice-dancing partner Meryl Davis. Both halves of the medal-winning duo competed separately on the most recent season of "Dancing with the Stars." Davis and partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy won first place, while White and professional dancer Sharna Burgess ended the season in fifth place.
Belbin, 29, won the silver medal in 2006 with ice-dancing partner Ben Agosto.
Meryl Davis tweeted her congratulations to her Olympic partner.